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March 19, 2010 IRAM Network

A-72 IP national network members of Cambodian indigenous peoples has been formed and reviewed the existing IRAM and the 260 focal persons of IP working groups, based on existing networks and selection of representatives by empowered communities. The network is supporting indigenous communities with knowledge of their rights and how to obtain them. There will be a high focus on land and natural resource management rights. Though their networks, indigenous peoples in Cambodia are involved in outside advocacy and UN treaty reporting. These activities are also being used as tools in community empowerment and organizing. Learning and sharing experiences and best practice through the participation of the wider community.

Workshops, exposure trips, training, meeting, forum so that the current ad-hoc national indigenous peoples‟ network (known as IRAM -Indigenous Rights Active Members) develops into a working group that is well-trained in providing rights training skills and networking knowledge/skills to indigenous communities. Support to the working group so that working group members become proficient trainers of trainers related to the rights of indigenous peoples in Cambodia. Indigenous community organizer training developed in Ratanakiri is extended to other indigenous communities in Cambodia, through this working group developing as trainers.

Training materials and approaches is provided to indigenous leaders in 15 provinces in Cambodia. This will include materials and approaches on political and civil rights, economic, social and cultural rights, the International Declaration on the rights of Indigenous People, the Cambodian constitution, plus Cambodian laws affecting to indigenous peoples. Conduct the workshops throughout Cambodia so that indigenous people are consulted annually on the state of their Economic Social and Cultural Rights. This information then flows to shadow reporting to treaty bodies. Also, the results of UN reviews are disseminated to all communities. All these activities are one creating opportunities for networking and linking.

Facilitation and training to allow a national community-elected network of indigenous peoples has been established at least in interim form and has met at regional and national level at least annually. IP working groups are trained in rights education techniques and in laws and rights relevant to indigenous peoples. Community rights trainers have been developed in all provinces with indigenous peoples and these trainers are equipped with participatory training tools. Rights education has been provided to representatives of at least of indigenous communities. A national network of indigenous communities has developed. Documentation, research results, joint IP statements are developed. By being involved in ESCR reporting, indigenous people have devised national statements on the state of their economic social and cultural rights.